Postgame Notes - Washington State vs. USC (Feb. 20, 2010)
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Feb. 20, 2010
Final Stats |
USC at Washington State - Feb. 20, 2010 - Pullman, Wash. (Friel Court)
Final Score: Washington State 51, USC 47
Washington State Notes:
Reggie Moore led the team in scoring for the second-straight game and the seventh time this season.
Abe Lodwick scored a personal Pac-10 best 11 points...previous high was three done three times...played a personal Pac-10 best 20 minutes.
Nikola Koprivica did not make a 3-point field goal snapping his 16-game streak with at least one 3-pointer made...had made at least one in every Pac-10 game this season.
Klay Thompson did not score in the first half marking the first time this season he did not score in either half...his two points are a career-low, marking the first time in his career he did not make a field goal (2-for-4 from the free throw line, 0-for-12 from the field).
USC's 47 points mark the fewest by a WSU opponent this season...fewest was 56 scored by San Diego (Nov. 28).
USC's 19 first-half points mark the second-fewest by a WSU opponent this season...WSU's 23 first-half points are its fewest this season (previous low was 24 scored in the first half at USC, Jan. 21).
The 98 combined points mark the fewest total points in a WSU game this season...the previous low was 117 at Arizona State (71-46)...last season USC and WSU combined for the fewest total points in the all-time series with 90 as USC came away with 46-44 victory in Pullman Jan. 24.
The 42 combined first half points by both teams are the fewest combined first half points in a Cougar game this season.
USC's 19 first half are tied for 21st for fewest points by a Cougar opponent in a half since joining the Pacific-8 Conference in 1968-69.